The Last Commodity: Post-Human Ethics, Global (In)Justice, and the Traffic in Organs
Global Capitalism and the spread of medical and biotechnologies have incited new tastes and rapacious desires for the skin, bone, blood, organs, tissue and reproductive and genetic material of others. This essay, based on several years of collaborative field research in a dozen countries Noth and South, examines the darker side of organ harvesting. It focuses on the social, medical and political consequences of the emergence of black markets in human organs.
Publisher: Citizens International & Multiversity